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Bishop Kelly High School expansion to accommodate higher enrollment (access required)

Three separate construction projects have kicked off at Boise’s Bishop Kelly High School. New classrooms, an expanded library and tennis courts are intended to accommodate growing enrollment at the Catholic school at 7009 Franklin Road. Bishop Kelly President Rich Raimondi ...

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Bronco football getting at least $1.1 million from ESPN this year (access required)

Boise State University will have most of its football games at Bronco Stadium this fall broadcast on an ESPN network, which means the program will bring in at least $1.1 million extra, and up to $2.6 million in bonuses from ...

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Report: Community banks have been ‘resilient’ for decades (access required)

A new report from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp shows that while there has been bank consolidation during the past 30 years, mid-sized community banks have grown, both in size and number. Idaho community bank leaders say there are some ...

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Signs of the times: Small company has wide reach (access required)

A small Boise sign and design shop is taking its creations to Shanghai for a Walt Disney resort that opens late next year. Classic Design Studio, a 35-year-old business run by a father and son, is creating about 40 designs ...

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United adds flights between Boise and Houston (access required)

United Airlines will start flying between Boise and Houston in mid-August, the latest new route announcement from the Boise Airport. The new route means Boise now flies to five United hubs, and the flight to Houston will be one of ...

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The minty fresh smell of success (access required)

Potatoes and dairy get a large share of the attention in Idaho, but the state is also the third-largest producer of mint, the sweet-smelling herb used in gum, candy, toothpaste and medicine. The Idaho mint industry—80 percent of which is ...

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Washington State University considers med school

Medical officials predict an aging population and expanded health coverage under the Affordable Care Act will contribute to doctor shortages across the nation. In response to the projected need, Washington State University has begun exploring the feasibility of opening a ...

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Coldwater CEO: liquidation shocking and unexpected

Coldwater Creek CEO Jill Brown Dean said the women’s clothing company had been trying to turn around its fortunes for as long as she’d been with the company. While Coldwater Creek, based in Sandpoint, has struggled for years, Dean said ...

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IBR pays tribute to six CEOs of Influence

Successful organizations take their cues from, and are influenced by, their leaders. That’s why Idaho Business Review annually honors a select group of Idaho CEOs for their leadership, integrity, values, vision, commitment to excellence, financial performance, community involvement and diversity, ...

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